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Host an Epic Crafternoon

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We love any chance we have to hang out with other people equally passionate about knitting and crochet! There’s something awesome about chilling with people who ‘get’ your obsession with yarns, want to share their latest project, or just drink tea and stitch. Here are a few cool ideas we’re snagging for our next #crafternoon

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Get fancy with the treats

Alana Dakos of Never Not Knitting came up with...

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Loome Book Giveaway!

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As part of the party for our Pom Pom Quarterly special-edition box, we’ve arranged something special for our friends and fans: a chance to win the new book all about Loome and the amazing things you can do with these tools. The book includes a Loome and instructions for how to make many, colorful projects, including tassels, pom-poms, weavings, and more. (You know what would be awesome? SPARKLE...

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Spring Crafting Inspiration

It’s Spring, at least officially. The Spring Solstice has arrived, and hopefully with it, some blooms, birds, and a few less snow-showers will happen for those of us living in North America. (If you’re headed into Fall, you’re about to enter prime knitting season, and I envy you!) 

Here are a few of the garments, knitting patterns and colors inspiring me this month. Each season I find myself drawn...

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Things Knitters Say

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You’ve heard it come out of your mouth from time to time, admit it! These are some of the things we hear knitters (and crocheters) say. 

I’m COUNTING!

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All other communication will just be followed by LOUDER COUNTING.

Don’t sit there!

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This one goes out to all of us who have ever had a needle or hook bent, broken, or damaged by our friends’ butts. If only the projects could defend themselves like the...

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